Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:53 PM Local Time
Big Pot for Turner
The button player raised to 11,000 and after some consideration, Jon Turner made the call.
The flop went and Turner bet 13,000. His opponent raised it and Turner quickly called. Both players checked on the turn .
The river fell a and Turner looked at his opponent's stack once more before betting 25,000. The latter called and mucked when Turner tabled for the flush.
|Jon Turner||375,000||245,000 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:40 PM Local Time
More Chip Counts
|Kenny Hallaert||305,000||256,700 |
|Phil Hellmuth||245,000||111,000 |
|Mateusz Moolhuizen||210,000||84,600 |
|Ana Marquez||150,000||20,000 |
|Justin Liberto||148,000||-59,100 |
|Marc-Andre Ladouceur||118,000||-14,000 |
|Connor Drinan||115,000||60,500 |
|Faraz Jaka||90,000||-11,800 |
|Jeremie Sarda||62,000||-60,000 |
|Ronnie Bardah||0||-78,300 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:36 PM Local Time
Liebert Loses One
A player raised and it folded to Kathy Liebert in the big blind who made the call.
The flop appeared and Liebert check-called for 8,500. The turn brought the and Liebert first checked before facing an all-in bet from her opponent for around 50,000. Liebert ended up folding, saying "almost the card I wanted!".
|Kathy Liebert||480,000||150,000 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:22 PM Local Time
Greer Doubles Up
The player on the button raised to 8,000, and Garrett Greer, in the small blind, three-bet shoved for 25,000. The button quickly called, and both players tabled their cards.
Greer hit a pretty favorable flop of . The and filled the board and Greer doubled up.
Greer was the runner-up of this event in 2016. He also bagged the chip lead on Day 1A but things hasn' been going his way during the first levels of Day 2. He will be looking to chip back up, and make another deep run.
|Garrett Greer||50,000||-520,600 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:17 PM Local Time
Some Updated Chip Counts
|Kathy Liebert||330,000||196,500 |
|Joao Simao||310,000||199,000 |
|Dutch Boyd||230,000||6,000 |
|Joe McKeehen||195,000||-9,300 |
|Jared Jaffee||126,000||-46,200 |
|Jack Sinclair||122,000||-86,400 |
|Russell Thomas||92,000||-35,000 |
|Lexy Gavin||70,000||70,000 |
|Alex Foxen||50,000||-176,600 |
|Adrian Mateos||32,000||-52,700 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:09 PM Local Time
|Raffaele Sorrentino||410,000||323,700 |
|Stanislav Angelov||311,000||133,500 |
|Jon Turner||130,000||33,300 |
|Tony Dunst||127,000||7,600 |
|Kristen Bicknell||67,000||-31,000 |
|Dietrich Fast||65,000||-11,400 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:08 PM Local Time
Treccarichi's Check-Raise Takes It
The player in early position raised to 7,500, got called by the small blind, and by Walter Treccarichi in the big blind.
The flop came , and action checked to the original raiser who fired 9,000. The small blind folded, but Treccarichi took a few seconds of reflection, before check-raising to 23,000. The original raiser gave it some thought, but opted to let it go.
|Walter Treccarichi||140,000||30,000 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:01 PM Local Time
Addamo Takes One
It folded to Michael Addamo on the button who bet 6,000. After some thoughts, the big blind player called.
The flop fell and Addamo continued for 4,000 after his opponent checked. The small blind player called.
On the turn Addamo fired 16,000 after another check and took down the pot.
|Michael Addamo||128,000||21,700 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:49 PM Local Time
Small Pot for Yu
On a raised pot with already around 30,000 in the middle, Ben Yu bet 15,000 from the small blind on a flop . It was enough to earn the pot.
|Ben Yu||238,000||175,000 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:47 PM Local Time
Leone Doubles Up
The player in the small blind raised, and Vincent Leone, in the big blind, called.
The flop fell and Leone moved all in for about 80,000. Leone snap-called, with his last 44,000 and the cards were revealed.
The turn and river filled up the board and Leone made a straight to rake in the pot.
|Vincent Leone||90,000||36,100 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:02 PM Local Time
First Break of the Day
The players are now heading on a 20-minute break.
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:01 PM Local Time
More Chip Counts
|Dylan Wilkerson||207,000||148,600 |
|Aaron Massey||188,000||120,800 |
|Maria Lampropulos||152,000||123,100 |
|Ana Marquez||130,000||10,200 |
|Walter Treccarichi||110,000||-21,200 |
|Eddy Sabat||108,000||36,700 |
|Maria Ho||106,000||38,200 |
|Julien Sitbon||75,000||75,000 |
|Melanie Weisner||68,000||-22,500 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:50 PM Local Time
Kniep's Shove Gets Through
Jon Turner opened to 5,500 on the cutoff and Andreas Kniep, in the small blind, three-bet to 16,700. Action was on the player in the big blind, who thought for a long while, before four-betting to 45,000. Turner quickly let it go but Kniep stuck around with a call.
A flop reading was dealt and checked through to the turn. Kniep moved all in for about 33,000 and his opponent gave up his hand.
|Andreas Kniep||130,000||30,700 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:42 PM Local Time
Some Updated Chip Counts
|Scott Clements||265,000||82,800 |
|Kami Hudson||225,000||101,300 |
|Jared Griener||208,000||174,600 |
|Victor Choupeaux||175,000||52,300 |
|Ryan Riess||145,000||58,800 |
|Marc-Andre Ladouceur||132,000||-23,100 |
|Daniel Zack||130,000||130,000 |
|Jeremie Sarda||122,000||-3,300 |
|Sam Grafton||118,000||27,300 |
|Kitty Kuo||108,000||36,100 |
|Kristen Bicknell||98,000||33,100 |
|Upeshka De Silva||90,000||-73,500 |
|Jason Wheeler||75,000||-25,600 |
|Stanley Lee||74,000||21,800 |
|Renato Kaneoya||58,000||-62,900 |
|Ole Schemion||32,000||32,000 |
|Jiachen Gong||27,000||-49,800 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:34 PM Local Time
Prize Pool Details Revealed
Event #19: $1,500 Millionaire Maker - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em drew 8,809 entries and generated a prize pool of $11,892,150. A total of 1,322 spots will be paid with a min-cash good for $2,249 and the winner will walk away with $1,344,930, in addition to the coveted gold bracelet. Here's a look at the final table payouts:
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:28 PM Local Time
Steven van Zadelhoff Loses One
On a raised pot, the flop brought when Steven van Zadelhoff called on the button a bet worth 4,000 from his opponent.
Both players checked the turn and the dealer showed a on the river. Both players checked once more and van Zadelhoff tabled for a pair of queens, but lost the pot when his opponent turned over for a pair of aces.
|Steven van Zadelhoff||177,000||104,000 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:25 PM Local Time
Small Pot for Kornuth
Chance Kornuth opened to 5,500 and the player in the big blind called.
The flop appeared and Kornuth continued for 7,000 after his opponent checked. The latter folded and Kornuth grabbed the pot. The former WSOP bracelet winner now has a stack above 300,000 chips.
|Chance Kornuth||310,000||28,200 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:22 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Chipping Up
Phil Hellmuth started the action with a raise to 6,000 and it was called by the player on the button.
The flop fell and Hellmuth continued for 10,000, called by his opponent. The turn brought no betting action.
On the river , Hellmuth thought about his move for a minute and fired 23,100. It was enough to win the pot without more resistance.
|Phil Hellmuth||134,000||11,400 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:09 PM Local Time
Machado Takes One Out
Manuel Machado raised to 5,500 on the cutoff. The player in the small blind three-bet shoved for about 75,000. Machado made the call.
The board came and Machado eliminated his opponent.
Machado, who hails from Portugal, has been playing for many years, yet has only ever won ranking poker events in his home country. With a total tournament earnings of $79,986, should Machado go on to win the Millionaire Maker, he'll bag a seven-figure score for victory - a result that so many recreational players who remain in the event are dreaming of.
|Manuel Machado||321,000||63,600 |
Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:00 PM Local Time
Piccioli Gets a Call from Lewis
On a raised pot, the flop read when Bryan Piccioli check-called a bet from Romain Lewis from the big blind. The turn brought no betting action.
On the river Piccoli checked once more and Lewis fired 15,000. Pioccoli tanked for a few minutes before raising it to 68,500, putting Lewis into a decision. The latter ended up making the call but mucked his cards when Pioccoli tabled for a set of sevens.
|Bryan Piccioli||162,000||56,800 |
|Romain Lewis||110,000||-154,500 |